Halo Laser Treatment uses hybrid technology of a non-ablative laser, combined with an ablative laser to create controlled zones of coagulation to chosen depths into the dermis that stimulate new collagen, and fractionally vaporize (ablate) micro laser channels into the epidermis; addressing tone and texture of the skin. This type of laser treatment offers less downtime than others. However, Halo’s technology is currently one-of-a-kind.

Is the Halo laser right for me?

Halo Laser treatment might be a good choice for you if:

  • You want more than a gentle treatment, but aren’t ready to try an aggressive rejuvenation treatment.
    Because the Halo laser allows doctors to tailor the treatment to your specific needs, you can balance the level of aggressiveness against the amount of downtime.
  • You want to decrease the appearance of surface damage and increase deeper collagen and elasticity.
    Halo combines deep rejuvenation with surface-level renewal for a combined effect.
  • You want to minimize downtime but still get substantial results.
    A fractional laser, the Halo minimizes recovery time by breaking laser light into many tiny beams, which leaves some skin intact and allows faster recovery.

Treatment:

Before your Halo laser treatment begins, your physician will apply a topical anesthetic to the treatment area. When you’re numb, you’ll lie back and put on eye protection. Then the doctor or esthetician will move the laser handpiece across the intended treatment areas on your face, engaging the two wavelengths at each location. You may feel heat, and some people have reported finding the procedure painful.

When the treatment is complete, the device will blow cool air across your face to ease the heat. A full treatment lasts 20 to 60 minutes, depending on the areas you’re having treated.

 

 

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